PhD NZ

Cheap and sustainable lifestyle for students

Not long after I came to Dunedin, I enrolled in the sustainable living course held by the Dunedin City Council. The ad about the...

The 2017 Global Studies Research Conference at Singapore

Searching for my first international conference on my research interest in globalisation, I stumbled upon Common Ground that hosts the Global Studies Research Network. My application was...

My Study Spots: Libraries and Cafés in Dunedin

Sometimes, when I have the writer’s block or I need a different writing environment, I try to work in a ‘non-office’ spot. This strategy...

My Photography Hobby That Helped Me Win The 2017 Otago Bulletin...

Last week, I was honoured to be chosen as the overall winner of the “2017 Otago Bulletin Board Staff Photo Competition”. My wonderful friends,...

Connecting with The Community: Volunteering as an English Tutor

Wanting to have a richer Kiwi knowledge and experience, I decided to be a volunteer at UniCrew. UniCrew Coordinator Sze-En Watts offered me a...

Cycling, a great way to get about Dunedin!

Having been cycling in Dunedin for some time now, I want to share my cycling experiences. After three months in this city, I decided...

A Write and Bike Retreat at the Wobbly Goat Café

A writing retreat is an organised excursion for writing. The idea is to be away from your usual writing environment with the goal to...

A Tour Around the Oldest University in New Zealand

Last year, I joined a tour, organised by Lizzy Lukeman from the alumni office, to learn more about the University of Otago. The tour started...

My PhD Field Work at Zanzibar

My PhD on globalisation in higher education provided an exciting field trip to Zanzibar in January 2016 My research looks at how globalisation has impacted...